Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Namaskara Meals Debuts in Gurugram; Plans to Open 20 Outlets by FY 24-25

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Namaskara, a new entrant in the highly unorganized Indian street food market, has inaugurated its operations in Gurugram, Haryana.  The startup has introduced a food container model that is available in 6 locations within the region. With a mission to elevate the daily dining experience, Namaskara offers delectable, nutritious, and hygienic meals to office-goers at affordable prices under the motto ‘The day begins.’

‘‘Operating through a food truck and food container model, Namaskara has rolled out its services across six different locations in Gurgaon. With aspirations to expand its reach and organize the roadside eatery business in India, Namaskara aims to establish 20 locations in FY 24-25. It’s a concept we have been working on for years now, and we’re happy to announce our arrival,’’ says Riya Satti, COO, Namaskara.

The brand has a huge base kitchen, spanning an expansive 5000 square feet, with a capacity to serve 15000 meals daily. The brand features an array of breakfast, lunch, and dinner options, all priced affordably starting from Rs 50 to Rs 150 on average.  

“In a market estimated at a staggering $41 billion, Namaskara recognizes the long-standing issues of unhygienic practices, inefficiency, and disorganization, creating a significant void that the new entrant is poised to fill,” says Rohit SinghFounder & CEO, Building Brands for Tomorrow (BBFT), who has been an incredible part in shaping Namaskara’s vision and mission.

Apart from its regular offerings, Namaskara offers catering services for corporate events, ensuring a seamless dining experience for its patrons. With the capacity to serve hundreds of individuals daily, Namaskara is fully equipped to meet the surging demand for wholesome and hygienic meals in the corporate sector.

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